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Glen and Karen Gillingham’s second Berrington facility, opened in Como earlier this year, has an interior design and suite of services similar to an upmarket hotel. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Services suite drives seniors’ projects

Perth could be home to more than 1 million people aged 65 and over by 2050, nearly three times the number recorded in the 2016 census.

With an estimated shortage of 3,000 aged-care beds already facing the state, service providers and developers are hastening efforts to provide more accommodation.

More than a dozen aged-care facility and retirement upgrades and developments are planned, under way or recently completed across Western Australia, collectively representing more than $500 million worth of investment (see table).

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Beds

16th↓RSL Care WA233
17th↑Braemar Presbyterian Care218
18th-Berrington Care Group211
19th↓Amaroo Care Services171
20th↓Craigcare170
40 aged care providers ranked by total number of beds

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